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South Korea deploys British radar to combat drones from the North

North Korea is estimated to have around 300 drones, some of which have crased in the South, and an arsenal of biological and chemical weapons<p>An advanced British radar system is being deployed by the South Korean military amid fears that North Korea could use unmanned aerial vehicles to launch an …

Updated: Micro $299 3D Printer Passes $2M On Kickstarter In 3 Days

<b>Update:</b> The consumer-focused, low-cost Micro 3D printer that’s currently raising money on Kickstarter to get its prototype to market, has pushed passed the $2 million mark in pledged crowdfunds — just three days after the campaign kicked off.<p>At the time of writing, the Micro is pushing north of …

How can I use Windows XP safely now it's no longer supported?

My bet is that the vast majority of the Windows XP users reading this did not update their computers/operating systems by 8 April. What actions should they take to minimise their exposure to attack, while they consider their options/save up? <b>Whitesocks</b><p>Microsoft has shipped its final update for …

Your phone has Heartbleed? Lookout’s Detector app can tell

Following this week’s discovery of the serious Heartbleed bug in OpenSSL, mobile security company Lookout released an Android tool that will help users detect the presence of the security vulnerability on their Android devices.<p>The Heartbleed bug allows malicious intruders to exploit a vulnerability …

Heartbleed coder admits 'oversight' but backs open source

We've all woken up on New Year's Day regretting what happened the night before, but this puts things in perspective: the man who accidentally introduced the Heartbleed bug to the Web did so on New Year's Eve.<p>Heartbleed is the name given to a vulnerability in the OpenSSL underpinning large sections …